After Anies Baswedan Changes 22 Street Names, DKI Dukcapil Says 535 Residents' E-KTPs Have Been Renewed
Illustration of ID card data recording (Photo: ANTARA)

JAKARTA - The DKI Jakarta Population and Civil Registration Office (Dukcapil) printed 535 e-KTPs for residents affected by Anies Baswesan's decision to change 22 street names. Hundreds of identity cards were printed from July 29 to July 1.

However, this number is only 18.39 percent of the set target of 2,909 ID cards. While the Family Cards (KK) that were printed were 318 families or 23.42 percent of the total printed target of 1,358 families.

The Head of the DKI Jakarta Dukcapil Service, Budi Awalludin, said that in the process of changing the e-KTP, the party had tried to provide convenience to residents by picking up the ball and door to door socialization.

Then, the population administration service (adminduk) is carried out by changing locations randomly every day. The goal is for residents to be registered and have population data with the latest addresses.

"After people change their residence documents, they can gradually replace other documents with agencies according to their service needs," said Budi, quoted from the DKI Provincial Government website, Saturday, July 2.

People who are affected by the change of address are also advised not to fret. Because, population documents such as ID cards, family cards, driver's licenses, passports and others that are currently owned are still valid and valid.

Changes to street names are automatically recorded in the online system, so documents can be replaced after the validity period expires.

"Nevertheless, we will also come to people's homes to help adjust the population documents for free," said Budi.

Previously, the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government had immortalized a number of Betawi figures as the names of roads, buildings and special zones in order to make Jakarta a city that respects history.

The dedication of the names of Betawi figures in the public space was symbolically inaugurated in the Betawi Cultural Village Area of Setu Babakan, South Jakarta, last Monday, June 20.

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